Afrikan Aramean Scriptures on Blasphemy

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Afrikan Languages within Variant Biblical Traditions

In this episode the English term blasphemy will examined as being translated from the Hebrew and Aramaic texts of the ancient Israelite scriptures.

Kanaanite, Aramaic, Amharic, Hebrew and Samaritan all belong to the same family of tongues called "Afro-Asiatic" by European philologists. These nations activities were recorded by the ancient Hebrews who spoke, wrote and recorded the Oracles of YHWH and their histories in these tongues. We will explore the meanings of the pictographic script common to three of the five dialects listed above. We will introduce the development or evolution of the Aramaic/Kanaanite script in this episode.